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Full text of "The Footlight Club, America's oldest community theatre, presents Frankenstein"

THE FOOTLIGHT CLUB 

America's Oldest Community Theater 



FRANKENSTEIN 



Dramatized by 
Tim Kelly 

From the Classic by 
Mary Shelley 

Directed 
by 

RICHARD LAWRENCE 



CAST 



1877 . 



31 8th Production 



1978 



presents 



ERNST 



JAMES MEADY 



SOPHIE 



MRS. THOMAS HIGGINS 



VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN 



DON SCOPE 



ELIZABETH 



LISA DOMENICUCCI 



HENRY 



JERRY WHELAN 



FRAU FRANKENSTEIN 



MILDRED ADELSON 



THE CREATURE 



DAVID ERSKINE 



JUSTINE 



MARIE MACRINA 



Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. 



Synopsis of Scenes 
PLACE: A chateau on the shores of Lalce Geneva, Switzerland. 
TIME: The turn of the century. 

Act I 

Scene 1 : The study of Victor Frankenstein. Evening. 
Scene 2: The same. Immediately following. 
Scene 3: The same. That evening. 

Act II 

Scene 1 : The study. One week later. 
Scene 2: The same. Two days later. 
Scene 3: Same as Act I, scene 1, 



Production Staff 

Producer Judy Kelly 

Set Designer Bob Burns 

Lighting Brent Totman 

Scenic Artist Kathy Horton 

Costumes Robert B. Canterbury 

Make - up Debba Hodgdon iflfelsmann 

Mildred Adelson 

Props Rena Rosenbush 

Publicity Janet Grey 

Program Lynne Horovltz 

Tickets David Bosslo 

Set Crew Tim Nell 

Philip Burns, Bennett Delatlzky, 
Lisa Domenlcuccl, Judy Goodstone, 
Mark MacMlllan, Susan Mclntyre, 
Joanna Scannell, Kit Seldenberg, 
Nancy Stoller, Maureen Sullivan 



vfflO • S WHO *»»♦♦« 



RICHARD LAWRENCE (Director) is an active and versatile member of 

the Footlight Club. Having acted in "The Importance of Being 
Earnest" and other productions outside the Footlight Club, 
he also directed "Wlnterset" last year. 

JAMES MEADY (Ernst) has appeared in two past Footlight Club 

productions - "Winterset" and "Apron and Other Strings". 
We are pleased that he has, again, become part of the Club. 

MRS. THOMAS HIGGINS (Sophie), a long time, very active member of 
the Footlight Club, again does her stuff in front of an 
audience. Past productions include "Light Up the Sky", "It's 
'^ere You Find It", "Harvey", and "The Best Years of Our Lives". 

DON SCOPE (Victor) is well known to the Footlight Club. His past 
roles include "Apron and Other Strings", "Winterset", "Forty 
Carats", and "How the Other Half Loves". Mr. Scope recently 
directed his first production, "My Three Angels", for the 
Footlight Club. 

LISA DOMENCUCCI (Elizabeth) has appeared in many Footlight Club and 
non-Footlight Club productions. Some of her past theatrical 
credits are in "Chamber Xusic", "My Three Angels", "The 
Importance of Being Earnest" and "The Diary of Anne Frank". 

JERRY WHELAN (Henry) appeared last season at the Footlight Club 
as the Attendant in "Chamber Music" and as the Lieutenant 
in "My Three Angels". 

MILDRED ADELSON ( Frau Frankenstein) again performs with the excellence 
which has marked so many past performances at the Footlight 
Club. She has previously appeared in "Majority of One", "Don't 
Drink the Water", "Auntie Mame" , "The Importance of Being 
Earnest", "You Can't Take It With You", and "Chamber Music". 

DAVID ERSKINE (The Creature) is appearing in his third production 
at the Footlight Club. A talented actor, he has also been 
seen in "Winterset", and in "Apron and Other Strings". 

MARIE MACRINA (Justine) has appeared in the Footlight Club production 
of "Winterset". It la a pleasure to have her on our stage, 
once more. 



SOCIAL CHAIRMAN - MISS LILLIAN GRAHN 



POURERS 



AT THE DOOR 



Friday . November 2* ^978 
Mrs. Marlam Clifford 
Mrs. J. Martin Woodall 
Mrs. Patricia Tobln 
Mrs. John O'Neill 



John H. O'Neill 



Saturday . November 4, 1978 
Mrs. Joan Foran 
Mrs, Phyllis Porter 
Miss Paula Mlchalowsfcl 
Mrs. Constance Duemmllng 

Sunday . November ^, 1978 
Mrs. Richard Lawrence 
Ms. Kathy Horton 

Friday . November 10 , 1978 
Miss Amy Devol 
Mrs. Margaret Mac Mlllan 
Mrs. Ronald L. Jantzen 
Mrs. James £. Amberman 



John C. Foran 



Mart Mac Mlllan 



Bennett Delatlzky 



Saturday . November 1 1 , 1978 

Mrs. Robert Brandt 

Miss Eileen M. Keane 

Mrs. Jack G. Llsclandrello 

Mr. Jack G. Llsclandrello 



Robert Brandt 



Sunday . November 12 . 1978 
Mrs. Richard Lawrence 
Mrs. Pauline Jacobs 



Stephen W. Byrne 



Friday . November 1J» ^978 
Mrs. Donald C. Heath 
Mrs. George Burbank 
Mrs. Evelyn Sweeney 
Mrs. Pauline Jacobs 



Donald C. Heath 



Saturday . November 1 8 . 1978 
Mrs. David D. Scannell, Jr. 
Ms. Elizabeth Scannell Abbott 
Ms. Joanna £. Scannell 
Mr. Paul Kussman 



Eugene F. Kelly 



BENEFACTORS 

J. Edward Keefe, Elizabeth Flather, Mark MacMlllan, Mary Keefe 
Bertram Little, Amy Davol 

PATRONS 

James Devaney, Madelyn Burbank, Paul Kussman, Kit Seidenberg, 
Richard Fowler, Richard DuBols, Mrs. Donald C, Heath 

SPONSORS 

Robert Brandt, John B. Little, Richard McGoldrlck, Merton Sage, 
Michael Aronovltz, Allen Latham, Katherlne Heggle 

BOOSTERS 

Eleanor Rees, Mildred Adelson, Lilian Grahn, Joanna Scannell, 
Alberta Forbes, Paul Abbott